"A large and energising industry leader."
- A supportive and open culture helps people to feel comfortable in the company.
- Flexible working hours means that people are able to keep a good work/life balance.
- Graduates are happy with the level and variety of work they are given.
- The salary is seen as competitive and fair for the industry.
- Some offices are considered to be small and occasionally crowded.
- Processes in the company make some feel that changes can be slow to be made.
- While a lot of training is provided, many feel that it could be better tailored to individuals.
- Past the manager stage, some find progression to be competitive.
What insiders say about...
"It was quite relaxed. There were a few different tasks to evaluate you as a person,..."
"The team I work in is very open-minded, fun to work in and creates a relaxed environment...."
"The offices are clean and tidy."
"It's flexible. If I have an appointment or volunteering work, my team is understanding...."
"It's a good salary with an excellent pension plan and private healthcare. There are..."
"Health insurance, pension and discounts at local pubs."
"Why do you want to work at AMEX? Describe a time you had to lead. Describe a time..."
"AMEX tries to reduce its carbon footprint in every way possible."
"Managers are very helpful in onboarding you into the company and teaching you what..."
"This is a big strength of the company. There's a lot of diversity across the organisation..."
"You can look into higher-up jobs about 18 months after your grad scheme."
"I am given a good level of responsibility and encouraged to question the work I am..."
"Good pay, flexible hours, the range of opportunities and exposure to different parts..."
"Changes can take time to be implemented."
"It's not a bank."
"Friendly, helpful and caring."
"It's a large, multinational company with opportunities abroad if I am interested..."
"The User Experience and Innovation course is a 14-week course (one day per week)..."
"A bit more formal training to acquire the specific skills before you start your job..."